I have been working on some small projects........My Dream about making a MP3 jukebox is finally realized -and it realy rocks. It is build-in into a closet, and it streams music to a bounch of people on my dorm. I have a small lcd display in the wall showing info about the music, numbers of listners etc. Finally theres a nice webinterface, where you can make individual playlists (it makes a new stream for each playlist), vote for songs, download the songs and ofcause do the normal play stop and forward reward stuff.
I have also started making my own hompage again (family stuff etc.) and a projects site (www.linuxia.dk when it comes up). This takes a while though, because I have to work alot besides school, and that doesnt give me much spare time.
Damn it's been a while since I last posted inhere. There has
been a milion things to do lately.
First of all, the Exames are near, and I have to read up alot because I have spend most of my time playing around with linux projects.
My biggest project right now is the GUADEC 2001 conference, which we have to get ready within April. Theres ALOT of work to do - especially getting sponsors for all the elite hackers we want to invite (if you think you should be on our list, then mail me or kanikus about it). There will be alot of workshops and talks at the Conference, and I hope it will be great.
Oh by the way! I did my first veryown Gnome program the other day(I usually just patch others code for better performance og i18n compabilities). It started out as a small helloworld program, but ended as a Laptop network utility I have been missing for a very long. time. Basically it keeps a network setting for my home, my parents home, my school and my job, and I can add and delete networks from /to it. I then just have to press "update network" and it changes the network settings so that they fit the ones of the current network im on. Nice HUH! :o) Well it's not even halfdone yet, bit It compiled the first time without any problems, and I have the gui and some of the Core ready.
More about this later... I also did my big SML project at school. An image manipulation Library that could transform an coordinate-line image in alot of ways, and finally print it to a ps/eps file for viewing. If anyone want the code then just mail me and ask - It's only around 250 lines or so.
The Nautilus trash program is nov 90% converted to C, and I have parsed my first xml files with it. I actually Liked LibXML when I got used to it (now I just need to get better allocating mem in C, which im not used to from C++).
Hmmm enough for today.....it's 4:15AM and Im kinda tired.
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